New protein-based biosensor detects potato and tomato crop disease
Researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have developed a new molecular sensor system that detects harmful diseases in plants and food crops, including potatoes and tomatoes. Read the full news story at https://bit.ly/3TaTmXL. * * * The research behind the news was published in The Plan Journal in March 2023 under the title Early… Continue reading New protein-based biosensor detects potato and tomato crop disease
The science of producing the ‘perfect French fry’
Potatoes are one of the most nutritious foods in the world, rich in minerals, fiber, vitamins, starch, protein, and more. However, the nutritional composition changes with different processing techniques. French fries are one of the most popular products in the world, with their attractive yellow-gold color, good taste, aroma, and characteristic texture. Their sensory quality… Continue reading The science of producing the ‘perfect French fry’
Researchers develop affordable biosensors to detect soft rot in potato tubers
Reducing food loss and waste is a growing concern in the global fight against hunger and food security. In fact, half of the world’s food harvest, which is approximately 1.3 billion tons per year, is lost, with microbial spoilage being the primary cause. Potatoes, which are the fifth largest food crop in the world after… Continue reading Researchers develop affordable biosensors to detect soft rot in potato tubers
Sistema Autotrófico Hidropónico (SAH)
Con este título, el 17 de noviembre a las 09:00 a.m. (EST), el Congreso Mundial de la Papa ofrecerá su quinto seminario web en inglés y segundo en español (a las 10:00 a.m del mismo día).